 Breast surgeries

  • Breast Reduction

  • Breast Lift

Frequently asked Questions

Q1. How does the final scar look?
A1. You will have a lollipop-shaped scar at the end ...circular portion will be periareolar which isn’t visible that much and the vertical portion gets hidden under the breast surface while standing.

Q2. What does the procedure involve?
A2. The procedure will be done under GA. Your breast size will be reduced and the sagging of your breast will get uplifted. The procedure lasts for 2 to 3hrs. You will be admitted for 1 day and discharged after a change of dressing in the morning. You will have to come for a follow-up once on the 4th day after surgery. You will have to wear a sports bra for 6 weeks. Stitch removal will be done on the 10 the day after surgery.

Q3. When can I join back work?
A3. You can resume your work after the 5th day.

Q4. Side effects of Surgery..?
A4. Infection, Haematoma, Seroma – easily manageable in post-op visits.

Breast Augmentation by Breast silicon Implant

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. Which size implant will be used?
A1. The choice of implant size depends on your body stature, your breast base width, and your current breast size.

Q2. Where will the implant be inserted below the breast or the muscle?
A2. The implants are inserted below the breast if u desire more projection. If you want to give it a more natural feel then submuscular.


Q3. Will it be scarless?
A3. Post lactation- implants can be inserted through a periareolar incision.

Unmarried – A 3 cm incision is given in the Inferior mammary fold, which is hidden under the breast.

Q4. When can I join back / start working?
A4. You can join back work on the 4th day after surgery.

Q5. Instructions for post-op?
A5. You will be wearing a sports bra for 6 weeks after surgery. Stitch removal will be done on the 15th day after surgery.

Q6. Are they permanent?

A6. They can be used lifelong if no complications arise. Usually, they do need to be changed after 15 years.

Q7. What are the complications or side effects?
A7. Infection, Haematoma- Short term

      Capsular contracture – Long term(Will be replaced )